In order to keep all of our children, and families safe, it is our policy here at Lone Tree Pediatrics that each family vaccinate according to the schedule set by the American Academy of Pediatrics. If vaccinations are not something you and your family choose to participate in, we as a practice would prefer you find another provider that best suits your wishes and needs. Please contact us if you have additional questions at (303) 803-1005.

The following schedule is the Lone Tree Pediatric vaccine schedule.

COVID-19 Vaccine Information

AGE Schedule of Well Visits and Vaccines
Newborn Newborn Weight check & Assessment
2 Week #2 State Newborn Screening,
#1 Hepatitis B (if not given in hospital)
1 Month Weight Check & Assessment
2 Months #1 Vaxelis (DTaP, HIB, IPV,  Hepatitis B),
#1 Prevnar,
#1 Rotateq
4 Months #2 Vaxelis (DTaP, HIB, IPV, Hepatitis B),
#2 Prevnar,
#2 Rotateq
6 Months #3 Vaxelis (DTaP, HIB, IPV Hepatitis B),
#3 Prevnar,
#3 Rotateq
9 Months Hemoglobin Check
12 Months #1 MMR,
#1 Varivax,
#1 Hepatitis A
15 Months #4 HIB,
#4 Prevnar
18 Months #4 DTaP,
#2 Hepatitis A
24 Months Annual Physical – update on any vaccines needed
2.5 Years Annual Physical
3 Years Annual Physical
4-5 Years Quadracel (#5 DTaP, #4 IPV)
ProQuad (#2 MMR, #2 Varivax)
6-9 Years Annual Physical
10 Years Annual Physical,
#1 Tdap (Lipid Screening 10 years+)
11 Years #1 Tdap (if not already given),
#1 Quadrivalent Meningococcal Vaccine (Menquadfi),
#1 HPV (For those under 15 years old, 2 dose series. For those over 15 years of age, 3 dose series)
12-15 Years Annual Physical – update on any vaccines needed
16 Years Annual Physical – For 16 years:
#1 Trumemba,
#2 Quadrivalent Meningococcal Vaccine (Menquadfi),
17-18+ Years Annual Physical – For 17 Years:
#2 Trumemba (if not already given)

*Flu vaccines are offered during peak season for patients 6 months and older.


Vaccine Glossary

Adacel: Vaccine (booster) for Tetanus, Diptheria and Pertussis
DTaP: Diptheria (a disease that can cause breathing arrest and heart problems)
Tetanus (lockjaw) and
“acellular” Pertussis (whooping cough; a version of the vaccine that does not contain pertussis cells).
Gardasil: Vaccine for HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) that causes cervical and other cancers
Hep A: Hepatitis A (an acute liver infection)
Hep B: Hepatitis B (a chronic liver infection)
Hib: Haemophilus influenzae type b (a bacteria that causes meningitis, pneumonia, joint and bone infections)
IPV: Inactivated Polio vaccine
Menactra: Protects against bacterial meningitis and blood infections
MMR: Measles (serious infection with rash and fever)
Mumps (infection of the parotid glands and sometimes meningitis)
Rubella (German Measles – can cause birth defects)
Pediarix: Combination vaccine with DTaP, Hepatitis B, IPV
Pentacel: A combination of DTaP, IPV, Hib
Prevnar/PCV13: Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (protects against 13 strains of bacteria that can cause meningitis, blood infections, and pneumonia)
Rotateq: Oral vaccine to protect against diarrhea and vomiting due to Rotavirus
Varicella: Chickenpox (often mild but can cause serious illness and death)


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(303) 803-1005